After independently forming their own 501(c)3s, Nic ’18 and Morgan ’24 connected to earn a $120,000 Google grant for Morgan’s Magical Ears. Nic’s non-profit, Nic Nac Charities, has raised $600,000 for local organizations, on track to meet his goal of $3 million in grant funds before he graduates from Penn State.
Starting his freshman year at Princeton University, Keeshawn ’19 began his research career while in high school, working to discover how the amount and quality of sleep can affect athletes’ performance.
Training a model based on LeafSnap data set through TensorFlow, Bruce ’20 created an easy-to-use image recognition app to identify plant species based on its leaves.
Courses in humanities, math, science, world languages, fine & performing arts, English as a Second Language, as well as the Artificial Intelligence, Entrepreneur & Medical Institutes.
AP® classes, as well as 11 honors courses.
65% domestic, 35% international. 21 countries represented, creating a global community.
If you think Perkiomen School is beyond your reach, think again.
Perkiomen School announces its 145th Commencement Exercises – to be held virtually – on Saturday, May 23. Seventy-six graduates will join in the celebration from their homes in 10 different countries, several states, and Puerto Rico.
It has been wonderful for our son to have access to a very progressive education, with an extremely small class size, rich cultural and linguistic diversity, and academic rigor. The school’s leadership team has a global vision and educational model that prepares students for the modern world, the decisions they will need to make, and the problems they will need to help solve.
This community has taught me to use my voice and pursue my passions. They’ve been invaluable lessons as I continue to grow.
Perkiomen gave me many opportunities to grow and expand my view on life;
I've never had that before.